Mamie and Buddy are the son and daughter of an abusive shopkeeper. They slip away to watch a medicine show and are punished when their father finds out. The father plans to force Mamie to marry against her will, so she turns to Dr. Harvey for help.
April 5, 2011 Subject:
I thoroughly enjoyed this film, and what a looker Jack Benny was in those days. His great voice and demeanor were very appealing. In the bit where they're sitting on the log, you can see the contrast of his skin tone of his hands which was tanned next to the panstick white of his face, and in one close up you could see he wore stage lipstick as male actors did back then. For the time I think it was a good story, can imagine my old dad who was 13 then, going to see this movie.
Reviewer:Dr Feel Rotten
February 20, 2011 Subject:
Benny at his least miserly greedmiester
This was right after his vaudevillian days I assume..Enjoyable movie..
Reviewer:slugs and urchins
June 29, 2010 Subject:
Who's this suave and debonair guy playing Jack Benny? The round face is unmistakable, it really is Jack Benny without his violin and no Rochester.